I just acquired a 1935 Old Town Guide model, 18 foot long. My grandfather in Fenton, Michigan purchased it used in 1940 and later on in life passed it on to my father. My father now passed it on to me and I just recently got it transported out to me from Ohio to Portland, Oregon using KAS transport - great service! My father had the canoe professionally restored a few years ago, so it's in excellent condition. My son and I will soon be enjoying the canoe as the weather warms up - which to me is pretty cool with the FOURTH GENERATION enjoying this remarkable piece of craftsmanship. Sorry for the long intro, but I thought some of you might like to know this canoe's background. My father was actually going to give it away since he didn't think I would want to pay to have it transported across the country. Thank goodness for small vessel transport services like KAS, which allowed me (although at some cost) to keep this wonderful canoe in our family. I'd appreciate a copy of the build information that I can keep with the canoe and pass along to my son when I age. The serial number is 115397. Thank you in advance.